Bathrooms come in all sizes and layouts. Don't let that discourage you from having the bathroom of your dreams. We specialize in utilizing the space you have or helping envision the possibilities of removing walls or expanding the layout. We highlight below some tips that can help inspire you to use the most of the space!
Although the name can sound a little strange, a wet bathroom simply means that the floors and walls are sealed correctly for water. In addition, it means removing the doors/walls that separate wet areas like a shower, tub from dry spaces like vanity and toilet. Instead, the spaces can be separated by a glass door or half partition, or even a wide open curtain-free wet room.
A popular choice is using porcelain or ceramic tile, sheet vinyl or stone. The plumbing in the bathroom also needs to be updated to accommodate a wet room. The layout and design options are endless. This is a great option for families with young children and making the most of a small space.
Glass Shower Doors
Walk-in showers featuring glass doors makes the room seem larger and more open! Instead of having a wall or curtain dividing up the room, a large glass shower door does the job without making the room feel small.
Glass shower doors are a great option if you do not want to commit to a wet bathroom or do any major remodeling of removing walls and expanding the space. It immediately gives the visual impression of having expanded the space and gives the bathroom an opeen look and feel.